New for 2016 - our luxury cottages have been beautifully refurbished with a modern Scottish feel and high quality finish throughout. One large double room with super king bed and open plan living/dining area make them the ideal choice for couples.
Fully fitted kitchen, with electric cooker, washer/dryer, dishwasher, large fridge/freezer, microwave oven, and a comprehensive range of cooking utensils, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans. Shower room.
Patio area with outdoor seating and fantastic views.
A buffet breakfast is available in our restaurant during the summer months.
Linen, towels, electricity and heating are included in the cost of your holiday.
A high chair and travel cot can be provided - please request when booking. Note that you will need to bring suitable bedding.
Open-plan living/dining room with comfortable seating, Freesat TV, blu-ray player, electric fire, and dining area seating three people.
High quality internal fixtures and fittings throughout.
Bedroom with quality super king bed - can also be setup as a twin room.
Our nearby restaurant and bar is open for lunch and dinner from Easter to the end of October and offers a fantastic range of local food & drink.
Each cottage has private parking.
Please note that we do not accept pets in our Luxury Cottages.
During our busy period (May-Aug) we generally restrict arrival/departure dates to Friday, Saturday and Monday for week-long bookings and Friday and Monday for short breaks.
Our self catering park has a fantastic position in the heart of Glen Nevis.
Ben Nevis, the River Nevis, Woodland Walks, Steall falls, Highland Wildlife, Mountain Streams, historic sites - all available from your doorstep.
"My husband and I stayed here last week for seven days and were very impressed with the newly refurbished cottage we had. Lovely big super king bed and plenty storage space in bedroom...."
"Accommodation has a home from home feel with the wow factor. From wifi to the best nights sleep ever in the king size bed. Great to wake up and have a power shower. Surroundings and scenery views of the Ben..."